Philip studied history and biology back in Austria before moving to the Netherlands to pursue a Master’s degree in Neuroscience. He spent a year in New York for a research internship looking at the functional brain networks in patients with intractable epilepsy. Since last year he has been a PhD candidate in the Brain and Development Research Center, looking at the social brain of adolescents. He is particularly interested in how family relationships influence prosocial behavior and brain development in children and adolescents.
- Resting state functional connectivity patterns associated with pharmacological treatment resistance in temporal lobe epilepsy. (2018)